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Christmas specials normally included a spoof of a traditional pantomime or several combined. The Curse of the Flying Wombat – Part 2. Dr Zhivago and His Wonderful Lamp.
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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The songs are listed after the episodes on which they were featured the listing of songs is unfortunately incomplete. This page was last edited on 22 Augustat Bill Oddie Concerned friends: Spoof dramas were billed as Prune Playhouse and many parodies of commercial radio were badged as Radio Prune, but the name Angus Prune seemed as random and incidental as the name Monty Python, which appeared several years later.
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Mr Arnold Totteridge Another famous recurring character, Arnold Totteridge played by Garden is a doddering old man who gets lost in the middle of his sentences. The Curse of the Flying Wombat – Part 5.
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For information about the cast and characters of the episodes and sketches, please click on the episode titles. Tim Brooke-Taylor Recording Artist: Tim Brooke-Taylor and Graeme Garden continue as regulars on the show as of Retrieved from ” https: Doctor Clubfoot of the Antarctic. Previous Article Much Binding in the Marsh. Next Article British Radio Comedy. Masher Wilkins A kind-hearted simpleton played by John Cleese who often appears as an unlikely villain or henchman.
Also included, where known, isirat the names of the script writers of the episodes, as well as the names of the singers and songwriters.
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It was one of those programmes where you isirat unlikely to get all the jokes on first hearing so would have to listen to the scheduled repeat or a tape recording to discover what you had missed. Camelot aka “Knights of the Round Table”. Bill Oddie with P. Bill Oddie The four Diners: Jorrocks Memoirs of a Fox Hunting Man.
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